03/06/2016 - 14:30

PS Structures wins more Bethanie work

03/06/2016 - 14:30

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Local company PS Structures has won a contract to build serviced apartments in Menora for aged care provider Bethanie for an undisclosed sum.

PS Structures wins more Bethanie work
An artist's impression of Bethanie on the Park in Menora.

Local company PS Structures has won a contract to build serviced apartments in Menora for aged care provider Bethanie for an undisclosed sum.

Bethanie on the Park will consist of 48 serviced apartments, with every four units to include a lobby entrance with lift access.

The apartments will also include a service package consisting of weekly bed linen and towel changing, apartment cleaning and round-the-clock CCTV surveillance security.

“All apartments will have full access for use of the newly refurbished resort clubhouse and amenities, within this safe community environment that has secure parking and storage plus much more,” Bethanie said in a statement.

Construction is set to begin late next month and should take up to 14 months to complete.

PS is also building Bethanie’s Peel project in Mandurah, which consists of 98 one and two-bedroom apartments.

The community housing project is being undertaken in partnership with Bethanie and the Department of Housing, and will be operated by Bethanie when completed in 2017.

Last year, PACT Construction started work on Bethanie’s $58 million aged care facility in Gwelup, which will consist of a 112-bed complex on Karrinyup Road along with a church and 62 luxury apartments overlooking Lake Gwelup.

Other projects PS is currently working on includes a $28 million expansion project at Churchlands Senior High School, which is suffering from capacity constraints.

PS is also working on the second stage of the Australian Centre for Energy Process Training in Munster, under an $8.8 million contract. 

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